March 2, 2018

The Strength That Is Broken

by Jennifer Johnson (author's profile)


The Strength That is Broken

Everyday somewhere in the world a family is being torn apart either by a family member or government choice. I have always been strong in my belief that there should be unity and love in a family. The family is what holds a generation together. When the family is broken down our nations suffer. Nation's strength & family strength goes hand in hand. When I was the leader of the sound technician team, one of my members would be on schedule to do a service on obligation. They would ask me could I be relieved because I have to talk to my family on a visit with family. I said yes, I took up the responsibilities myself because their family was more important to me than anything. Nation's strength: family strength 1 Kings 5:13-14 Holy bible. So [?] drafted three times the number of workers needed for the temple project and then arranged their schedules so they "didn't have to be away from home for long periods of time." This showed is concern for the welfare of his workers and the importance he placed on family life. The strength of a nation is indirect proportion to the strength of its families. So lomon[?] wisely recognized that family should always be a top priority. As you structure your own work evannage[?] the schedules of others, watch for the impact of your plans on families. Donald Trump, the American people and his staff needs to be careful about this immigration situation.


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vh1234 Posted 7 months, 1 week ago. ✓ Mailed 7 months ago   Favorite
Thanks for writing! I worked on the transcription for your post.

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